Make movie date night at home extra memorable with these easy and creative ideas from The TomKat Studio, all of which can be prepared while new DIGIORNO Artisan Style melts (perfect for two!) bake to perfection in the oven. From sweet printable invitations to a variety of new delicious new DIGIORNO Artisan Style Melts to savory and salty desserts and a great flick, get the most out of a special night for two and the moments that matter. Enjoy!
When you’re a busy mom of four, it can be difficult to find time to connect one-on-one with each of your kids… especially with your tween daughter who demands less of your time than your newborn and toddler but still needs her mom. And with a newborn at home, it’s difficult to get out of the house just the two of you, so you have to get creative and find ways to spend one-on-one time together at home. That’s why I’m excited to have a mother-daughter date this weekend: a movie date at home.
"So I sent an email to seven of my friends, including Sarah, and I said, 'Does anyone want to go see Lost in Translation tonight?' and then I sent an email immediately afterwards to the six of my friends who weren't Sarah and I said, 'NOT YOU.' —John Green, on how he asked out his wife for the first time